Inclusion of restriction sites ...ERRATUM
coady at ERE.UMontreal.CA
Tue Nov 5 12:38:02 EST 1996
aiyar at ebv.oncology.wisc.edu (Ashok Aiyar) writes:
>On Sun, 03 Nov 1996 13:25:29 +0000, Andrei Popov <andrei.popov at bbsrc.ac.uk> wrote:
>>I cloned many a PCR fragment using this approach, and recently also
>>5'RACE products where the percentage of correct clones was exceptionally
>>I find the tone of Dr. Aiyar's comments simply unprofessional and rude.
>Unprofessional or otherwise, I have tried this cloning approach
>a few years ago and failed on every attempt. Therefore I did the
>following experiment to test what types of ends Klenow left in
I've used this technique with great success, but not using
Klenow. A similar paper was in NAR a few years ago that described
using Exo III to nibble off the ends on the 3' strand. You've
got to do the exonuclease reaction on ice for about 1 minute, as I
recall. If people want, I could look up the reference. Anyways,
this is how we do our PCR now to get handy ends.
Michael J. Coady, Ph.D.
COADY at ERE.UMONTREAL.CA
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